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Re: Garden visitor

What a wonderful shot Huw. I like the way you have captured its stealthy movement. Was it taken through glass or were you able to open the door without scaring it off?

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What a wonderful shot Huw. I like the way you have captured its stealthy movement. Was it taken through glass or were you able to open the door without scaring it off?

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Thanks Ron, it was taken through a double glazed unit.
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Another from today..
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Oh WOW, what a beautiful shot, what a beautiful animal - such a shame they can't be domesticated.
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Thanks Mark, beautiful wild animals they certainly are.
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Yes beautiful, but unfortunately, not so here though. Apart from us losing chooks to them it's Australian wildlife that suffers from them as well, but we won't mention cats this time though.

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Re: Garden visitor

Fabulous pictures!
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Yes beautiful, but unfortunately, not so here though. Apart from us losing chooks to them it's Australian wildlife that suffers from them as well, but we won't mention cats this time though.

Thanks Ross, I've just done a little investigation and I can see that European Red fox is a big problem in Australia.
We do have the same issues here (perhaps to a lesser degree) but the historical nature of 'controlling' them in the UK has been a hot potato for some time.

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Thanks John, glad you enjoyed them.
The Red fox and snow seem to go together.
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